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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Woolaston Charities

    the poor of corn from Woolaston Grange was said to have been made from the time of the foundation of Tintern Abbey . 17 No dole was made after 1546 when John Conway , steward of Henry, Earl of Worcester

    Parishes Northington

    was a constant visitor at the Grange . Thus in 1844 he wrote to Lady Ashburton , 'I am in ugly drudgery and sorrow, and shall not see the beautiful face of " The Grange " or any beautiful thing,

    Eynsham Tilgarsley

    e farm in Tilgarsley's fields. West and south-west were Grange coppice (70a., of which only Castle's coppice remains wooded) and Grange close (59a.), 66 names which presumably recall the monastic grange. 'Bolds' were buildings and the field name probably denotes

    Stirchley Manor and other estates Stirchley 1838

    sold Grange farm and Stirchley Hall separately. Grange farm was bought by William Wall in 1896 and changed hands three times between then and its purchase by Dawley development corporation in 1965 . 87 No remains of the medieval grange

    Stirchley Economic history

    18th century, 34 Grange farm (285 a. in 1777 ), 35 Holmer ( c . 97 a. in 1826 ), 36 and Brands ( c . 123 a. in 1832 ), 37 which was separated from the Grange estate c

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr. g ydym ni yn ysgrifenu. a Maer Abertaive.-Da genym hysbysu fod y bon- eddwr gweithgar John Jones Jenkins, Ysw., Grange, wedi ei ddewis yn unfrydol i'r sefyllfa anrbydeddus o Y faer prif dref Cymru. Mab.yn-nhyfraith yw Mr. Jen. Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trodd ato, .a ehbanfy~ddni eTwyn gowedd-ar ty ddaear yn holbl farw, Yr -oedd bnau eunu wedfider.byiiniweidiaU :trymion.. , Yn Ablney Grange, y Dyr Un -ir,, parhaodd yr ystorn a srni dri diwdirnod5o a dg4ddoddylo rai aingylchiadaun cyfftoas. Ar ydy~ I'eddaf-da Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M.A., a D. Davies, Abermaw; am 6, N. C. Jones, ac R. Lumley. Claddwyd gweddillion y diweddar Dr. Guthrie. yn Grange Cemetery, Edinburgh, ddydd Gwener. Cyn- rychiolid pob sefyllfa a holl gymdeithasau y dref yn yr angladd, a0 yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Jones, Yfw., Manebester ......... 500p. J. F. Roberts, Ysw., eto 600p. Eliezer Pugh. Y5w., Liverpool .......... 300p. Mr. Grey, Grange, St. Helen's ........... 250p. A lliaws o enwau a loop. i lawr. Galewod sylrv cyfarfdod aty ffaith fud yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nag yntau heibio gan ei orchfygu, a chymerwyd y rhyfelwr glew yn garcharor, a heddyw claddwyd of yn mynwent y Grange, Edinburgh. Dyma'r fan lie y gorphwys aml i wron arall a ymladdodd frwydrau amgenach na rhai Syr Hope Grant. Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    Lands, & c. to the yearly Value of 41. 10s. and - -. And a Mese and a Grange , called Badley Grange , of the Value of 42s. per Ann. in Cheshire . All which amounted to the Value

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    to this Town. West-Ham , or Stratford Langthorn . Low Leyton , or Leighton . The Manor , called the Grange , sometime belonging to the Abby of Stratford . Walthamstow . An Hospital and School founded here by Monox,

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    , Botham, & c. the Manour of Santon , and Lands in Eastrop , & c. and the Manour or Grange of Beck hay, with all Rights, Members, and Appurtinances thereof; which would be more profitble and commodious unto the

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 rebellion., 1857

    accordance with a pre. concerted plan of attack, the insurgents to the number of about 9,000-from various localities in Brummaul, Grange . Connor and Buneane-advanced upon the village at mid¬ day of the 7th, by the road leading towards Toome. Subscribers-only content

    Old Ballymena: a history of Ballymena during the 1798 rebellion., 1857

    It may thereforo be described as a long narrow tract of land, bounded as follows: -On the North by the Grange of Dundermot-on the North-east by Dunaghy, and separated from both by the Clough water river; on the East by Subscribers-only content

    Statement submitted to the Prime Minister, 1886

    trying to sit on two stools. Burke of Grange and Binnions of Rathnure are our land-grabbers, and the following are the names of those who aid and assist them :-John Jeacle, Grange ; Adam Grother, do.; George Gainfort, do.; John Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    slaves, and renegades. ' ' That we regard Patk. Galvin, Tincarrane, Martin Mackay , of Kylemore, Martin Hennessy , Grange , and Jas. Murphy, Ballylogue, as objectionable parties. ' - New Ross Standard, February 5, 1887 . Collooney.- Sunday, February Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    National League Branches. [K| 11 Grange Branch.- February 13, 1887 . Rev. Professor Sheehan presiding:- An attempt is said to have been made to blow up a house in Newcastle West which had been declared boycotted by the National League. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    proctor. These are dated 8/7/1662 and refer to the parish of Bentham. Location: Grange (GrangGrange) : undefined Cannot be identified. Location: Middleton Tyas (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Cowton Grange (Cowton GrangeCowton Grainge) : undefined Location: Westminster (Westminster) : city Location: Coverham (YorkshireNorthRiding)


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